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Yesterday’s News

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Thursday 7 April, 2011

Column: Romantic Ireland's dead and gone

In his weekly column, David Kenny reflects on his great-grandfather who gave hugely of himself for Ireland’s sake – and the modern grasping greedyguts who give nothing – but take everything.

Tuesday 29 March, 2011

Column: The hypocrisy of Ronan Keating

This week, columnist David Kenny takes Boyzone’s Keating to task for using the Press to stage-manage his career and image as a domestic god – and then blaming it when he fell from grace.

Monday 21 March, 2011

Column: Ming Flanagan's crusade isn't about Civil Rights - it's about personal gain

In his latest column, David Kenny argues that Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan’s cannabis crusade is not a Civil Rights issue like David Norris’s. It’s about Luke wanting to get stoned, that’s all.

Friday 4 March, 2011

From The42 The xenophobic ‘Ould Enemy’ cack spluttered over a cricket game shows how immature a country we can be Brit Bashing

The xenophobic ‘Ould Enemy’ cack spluttered over a cricket game shows how immature a country we can be

The Ireland team who excelled at cricket should be applauded. But the Brit-bashing celebration of their feat is hypocritical for a country that is, in many ways, becoming ‘more British than Britain itself’.

The xenophobic 'Ould Enemy' cack spluttered over a cricket game shows how immature a country we can be

The Ireland team who excelled at cricket should be applauded. But the Brit-bashing celebration of their feat is hypocritical for a country that is, in many ways, becoming ‘more British than Britain itself’.

Friday 18 February, 2011

If I'd had the chance, I would have told him that the darkness passes

They learned to ride bikes, fight and ‘score’ girls together. They thought they looked like Clint Eastwood, or Elvis. Then Brian grew up, and lost himself in the darkness.

Friday 11 February, 2011

I wonder how often the horse must stumble before you realise the race is over

Tribune columnist David Kenny faces up to the prospect of being unemployed again in his 40s – and wonders what his Dad, who warned him not to follow him into journalism, would have made of it all.